The AACA Museum has completed phase 1 on a most meaningful phase of its development – the renovation of the existing 5,200 square foot Cammack Gallery creating an unparalleled exhibit: the world’s largest and best-known collection of Tucker 48 automobiles, engines, mechanicals and automobilia from Tucker historian and collector David Cammack. This permanent, interactive and educational exhibit involves vistors in the compelling story of the development of these historic vehicles and dynamically displays their unique and advanced features. Beyond the cars, we’ve chronicled Preston Tucker’s vision, determination and struggles that are so much a part of the marque’s history.
September 26 – October 12, 2014
From the early not-so-humble beginnings to present day, Dodge has held remained a company to be reckoned with. Through the Chrysler years with fins and muscle cars into the Daimler-Chrysler era and now part of Fiat S.p.A., Dodge continues to deliver exciting products for the populations of car buyers.
The AACA Museum is excited to continue our tradition of sharing great automotive art pieces with our guests with “Reflections” by Mark Watts. Mark captures the essence of reflective surfaces such as cars and water in his artwork. This exhibit runs from September 12 – October 19, 2014.
The automobile photography of Jay Texter
Date: May 5 – July 13
Jay currently resides in Allentown, Pennsylvania and grew up in Perkasie, Pennsylvania. Jay has worked as a photographer since the mid 80’s. Jay’s early influences into car culture were the New Hope car show and Vargo Dragway. The photography started with his first trip to Watkins Glen in 1971 and took off from there to become a profession. Car photography is just one aspect of what Jay does; he also enjoys doing still life and people as well.
March 28 – October 24, 2014
A display of approximately 25 Indian motorcycles will explore the Indian brand from inception to their current re-introduction, what they mean to us, and what they may be able to tell us about America.
Twenty years of working on comic books and graphic novels is bound to color the way a person interprets the world. For Archie Comics’ past art-director and the proprietor of Pepitone Creative Services, Joe Pepitone—or as he’s known to his friends and to the art world, Joe Pep (written “JoepeP”)—this has influenced his illustrations with Read More »